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mikendomsmum
Sunday, September 27, 2009, 10:40pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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How often should we update our weight on SWAMI?  Does it even need to be updated?


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I am working on the premises I can update it as many times as I want.  In saying that, I may stick to do it when the units move down, one by one, 88kg last time, 87kg today, and so on, on, on, all the way down to my goal ....  I like the feeling it gives me to go there and record the improvement.  Same with the measurements ...




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Quoted from mikendomsmum
How often should we update our weight on SWAMI?  Does it even need to be updated?


You should update your weight if you want portion sizes and serving frequencies adjusted to reflect your new weight.



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Do not expect swami to adapt portions and sizes every time you do a change, it all depends on the progress.  Mine have no change yet, Swami wants to keep me in the straight and narrow still ... Ok, ok, I have to wait a bit longer for that ... (to have it change the portions) and for sure you will all hear me louuuuuuuud and clear!!!  I will be jumping out of screen of joy!!!!




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I did my hip and belly measurement not too long after I ate.  I wonder if I should do it again later.  Hmmmmm.........  I'm feeling a little bloated too because I had CHICKEN at a wedding last night.  AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!

Thankfully I don't feel too terrible because of it.  But I think it definitely left it's mark.


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I have completed my swami test and printed the recipies, I noticed that no kcal were available for the recipies. Does this mean that we do not have to check the amount of calries consumed per day any more?


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I'm guessing that if you get the serving sizes right, then the calorific content is largely irrelevant. I can't remember ever having to count calories, on BTD or GTD... but I could be wrong there. I was struggling to eat enough food rather than reduce it.


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